Voice search has become popular in recent years. As of the end of 2014, 55% of US teens and 41% of adults used it more than twice a day. The technology was a novelty when Siri first came on the market, but now we have Google Voice Search, Alexa, and many other voice recognition technologies to choose from. It shouldn’t be a surprise, then, that more than half of queries will be voice search by 2020. If you want to stay ahead of the game and make the most of voice search for your search engine optimization, it’s time to start today. Optimize Your Local Listings Most people use voice search to get information about physical places they want to go. They might say something specific, like “find pizza takeout in Austin.” In this case, it would be worthwhile to optimize your pages for the keyword “pizza takeout Austin.” But more importantly, they might say something general, like “find pizza takeout near me.” Voice Search can recognize “near me” and refer to the mobile user’s physical location to get results. And they’re not correlating that search with your on-page keywords. For most of this information, the search engine is going…
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